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new day for america is responsiblr the content this advertising. announcer: from boston' s news later, this is wcvb newscenter 5 afternoon. emily: we begin with breaking news in plymouth county. erika: state police are investigating a fatal crash in the town of marion. troopers say one person was killed and several people riding in the same van were hurt. another vehicle was involved in the crash.
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emily: new at noon, quincy police are asking for your help in finding this man here. they say william machen -- mackin is the second suspect in last week' s armed home invasion in quincy. kevin murphy is already facing charges in the hole medivation. prosecutors say murphy seem to know about a large stash of money in the home. erika: the morning after he was found guilty, the lawyers for philip chism were back for another case. today' s hearing focused on his alleged attack on a worker. newscenter 5' s sera congi reports chism was not there. sera: just a day after being convicted of first-degree murder, philip chism was scheduled for a boston hearing on his alleged attack of a social worker.
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briefly, simply setting another court date. the teenager, not a convicted killer, is accused of attacking a social worker where he was in custody last summer. the victim was not seriously hurt. chism was indicted on several charges, including attempted murder. just yesterday, a jury found the 16-year-old guilty of killing and raping math teacher colleen ritzer. the 24-year-old was stabbed to death in 2013. >> we will carry on and do our best to find the very good in every day. sera: the ritzer powered through tears during the verdict. >> colleen never gave up, and neither will we. we will not allow colleen' s death to define how she is remembered. sera: chism faces life in prison and sentencing is expected after the holidays. as for the boston case, the next
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emily: bridgewater state university is introducing a new app for students. the smartphone app rave guardian has been tailored to the university. it works like a panic call button to the police department and the university. erika: nurses and athletic trainers in norfolk county are being trained today on how to use the overdose reversing drug narcan. the district attorney says overdose deaths in the community sports injuries. the deadline to sign up for the extended. you now have until midnight thursday to select a health plan. the white house says there has been an influx in activity over the last few days. temperatures right now. much: that may have seen in the
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we have seen in the recent days. mike: you look at 2:00 in the morning, it was 45 degrees. s. let me show you what is happening on the satellite picture. you can see a few clouds now. they are kind of working their way in off the ocean. and northeasterly breeze is kind of doing that. kind of a mix of clouds and sunshine around boston. inland, you are looking at sunny skies. but that cloud cover, that northeasterly breeze is going to keep temperatures very steady the rest of the day. towards midnight, the temperature start to drop off. but with the cloud cover coming in, it will not drop off as genetically as you expect. -- as dramatically as you expect. we have rain coming into the forecast. it looks like it will start off as a few showers tomorrow morning, but the heavy stuff starts coming in starting
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emily: sounds good, mike. a major decision is looming that will have a big impact on your finances. economists expect the federal this afternoon for the first time in nearly a decade. the fed is widely expected to hike that key interest rate by a quarter of a point. basically the hike makes it more expensive for americans to get a mortgage. but today' s rate hike is far from the only concern on wall street. investors will be more concerned about any signals from the fed about future rate hikes, including how fast they will come and how much those rates will rise. erika: there is a deal on a massive federal tax and spending bill to keep the government running. the $1.1 trillion plan raises
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and it lifts a 40-year-old ban on exporting u.s. crude. commitment 2016, the last gop debate of the year. emily: abc' s bazi kanani tells us, as expected, frontrunner donald trump came under attack. but not from all of those candidates. out swinging at front-runner donald trump. >> he is a chaos candidate. and he would be a chaos candidate -- president. unhinged. nobody cares. bazi: in the fifth gop debate, trump on the offensive. >> is donald trump a serious candidate? bazi: the billionaire
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proposal to ban muslims from entering the u.s. >> we are not talking about religion, we are talking about security. bazi: texas senator ted cruz, rising in the polls, still shying away from attacking trump. >> for marco to suggest our record is the same is like suggesting the firemen and the arsonist have the same record because they are both at the scene of the fire. bazi: marco rubio challenging ted cruz. >> does ted cruz rule legalizing people who are in this country now? >> i have never supported legalization. bazi: and after the debate, a conciliatory tone from trump. >> i like jeb. i think jeb is a nice man. i really do. bazi: coming out of the debate,
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next up, the democrats debate again this saturday in new hampshire, hosted by abc news. emily: a little programming note, donald trump sits down with jimmy kimmel tonight. you can watch that right here on channel 5 after newscenter 5 at 11. and the democrats will face off saturday in manchester. hillary clinton unveiled her plan to defeat isis, saying americans cannot give into fear. >> we cannot let it stop us from doing what is right and necessary to make us safe. entering it in a way that is consistent with our values. emily: in the meantime, bernie sanders held a town hall meeting in new hampshire. he says america needs more than a tough later, saying we need a smart leader. you can watch the democrats debate right here on channel 5. erika: city officials in los
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decision to close goes yesterday after getting that e-mailed threat. though routines were disrupted, they say they were compelled to be cautious. extra police are on duty with school back in session today. new york city also received the threat, but determined quickly it was a hoax and kept schools emily: the jury deciding the fate of the first police officer to stand child -- trial in the death of freddie gray is back on the job. the jury were deadlocked and could not decide if officer william porter was guilty or innocent. the judge sent them back to work. brewster police say they have their man in this robbery at gunpoint. michael sletzinger is charged with holding up the brewster farms market on sunday night. and those charges might not end there. new bedford police say he may
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in that city. the 27-year-old will be arraigned today. rape victims in massachusetts may get a new way to monitor their cases. state officials are considering software that tracks rape kits. that software has already been adopted in michigan. according to the "jerian grant," at this point -- according to the "telegram," this did not has nothing 500 untested rape kits. erika: a meeting today will focus on the mbta' s embattled green line extension plan. today' s meeting will be between the fiscal and management control board and the massachusetts dot' s board of directors. chipotle making a new promise to customers. the changes being put in place following that e. coli outbreak.
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the treats petsmart is recalling this afternoon. mike: rain tomorrow. i will have an hour-by-hour breakdown. erika: also, growing concerns about hoverboards.
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announcer: you are watching newscenter 5 at noon. erika: changes are coming to your next readable -- burrito bowl. the mexican food chain will sourced food. health officials have not been able to identify the source of that e. coli outbreak. erika: petsmart has issued a recall of dog treats. the product is nutro chewy treats apple 4 oz. they manufacture issued this recall -- the manufacturer issued this recall due to the potential for mold. bring the product to any petsmart store for a full refund. emily: not something you want or expect to see as you are getting ready to get off a plane. a southwest airlines jet skids
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s lauren lyster has more. off the plane, leave your luggage, just get off the plane. 133 passengers. plane bounce up and down. lauren: southwest flight 31 making a rough landing at nashville international airport at 5:20 p.m. what it usually is. lauren: the taxiing plane rolling off the runway onto the grass. >> all of a sudden, we heard a shutter and basically swerved off -- shudder and swerved off into the ditch. evacuating down the emergency chute. the scene. hospital.
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the faa is still trying to figure out exactly what went wrong, including the possibility a wheel collapsed or may have blown a tire. erika: hoverboards are the hot holiday gift. maybe too hot. take a look at this. it is what is left of a san francisco family' s hoverboard. the teen managed to get it out of the house, but not before it law. >> i am really glad my sister was able to drag it from the carpet all the way to the front door onto the hard tile. basically she saved our lives. she saved to the whole family. erika: there have been 11 reports of how reports catching
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emily: a powerful storm dumped several feet of snow in the colorado mountains. highways were also snow packed and ic. this was the first big storm of the season for most of that state. and we are not seeing that. erika: i am ok with that. mike: it is looking like a fairly warm forecast. even the extended forecast. we are not south beach yet. but that storm system is kind of country. guess what it is that tomorrow? right here. with it. much-needed rain. maybe a quarter, half inch at some locations. dry. but on the year, we are over 10
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speaking of one, check out the temperatures. yesterday, 61 degrees. the month is running almost 10 degrees above normal. we are only halfway through the month. to even things out. month is over with. the air is pretty dry. northeasterly winds at about 9 miles per hour. here are those temperatures. worcester at 40 degrees. if you are up at midnight last night, that is probably going to for the day. that cool air coming in off of the ocean, we will not warm up much. s. we are right now. look what happens. we warm up to 48 tomorrow.
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friday, still into the upper 40' s. not getting cold overnight because this rain coming in is going to be coming in after the sun goes down tomorrow night. typically i would be worried about ice and snow, but it is just to warm with this. -- too warm with this. they came, about where you are at right now because the cloud direction. writer here. inland, a bit more sunshine. that is that storm system. of minnesota. but just to show you how warm it right now. it will drag the warm air in here. skies. more sunshine inland. tonight, it looks like under mostly cloudy skies we will see some showers, but these will not be happening until almost on.
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high temperatures tomorrow will look like this. upper 40' s to around 50 degrees. that is pretty nice temperatures for this time of the year. it drags this warm air with it. that is why we are talking about rain. it gets a little reinforcement coming up along that front as well. tomorrow night, that is when we could see our heaviest rain. the evening commute tomorrow night could be a bit on the slow side. cold air. for this time of the year, it is really not that cold. yesterday, of course, close to record highs. today, about 45 degrees. tomorrow, the rain coming in. tomorrow morning, a lot of clouds, maybe a shower or two out there. as the day goes on, though showers will be out there. but around 5:00 at night, here
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friday maybe on the gray side. the temperatures are not too bad. then it starts to drop off into the afternoon, which sets itself -- sets us up for one of the coldest weekends we have had in a while. a little breezy on saturday. and then next week, believe it or not, we go back into a warming trend. we could have close to record high temperatures towards christmas. emily: thank you so much. breaking news. the principle of swan scott high school has resigned. the superintendent says he engaged in inappropriate -- superintended of schools says edward ro zmiarek engaged in school issued computer. erika: and the final two numbers have arrived to times square.
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seven foot tall 16 yesterday. emily: on health alert, cigarette use among teens has hit an all-time low. the study done by the university of michigan found 40% of the 45,000 teens surveyed use flavored e-cigarettes because they taste good. 17% said they had used in e-cigarette in the past month. e-cigarettes did not contain tobacco, but medical experts say they do carry other risks. new research finds a connection between smoking and infertility. a recent study published finds that women who have smoked more than 100 cigarettes have a 14% risk of infertility. erika: a new honor for pete frady -- pete frady' s in
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for heat frates in his hometown. big bills. giving added up to more than
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erika: an ohio man going above and beyond this holiday season. emily: the secret santa went to to walmart stores in northeast ohio and paid off the entire layaway tabs. he insisted one thing, though, he wants to remain anonymous. walmart released a statement saying the company is proud to be a small part of these random acts of kindness. erika: a very special moment night. during a timeout, lebron james ran over to 16-year-old aaron miller, said hello. miller was being honored as a us. despite being born with severe brain trauma, the teen competes on his high school sports team. at the end of the game, james also gave miller his sneakers.
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mike: i am not supposed to like lebron james, but he does some nice things every once in a while. >> now that kid has no room in his closet because he has giant sneakers in there. [laughter] mike: tomorrow is going to be some rain, but it is warm enough so it is all vein. by friday, maybe a few showers in the morning. the weekend is sunny. erika: holiday season's just like football season... you got your big games... ...and regular games. get it all at a great price... ...and the holiday season is won. everything in one place.
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holiday season's just like football season... you got your big games... ...and regular games. get it all at a great price... ...and the holiday season is won. everything in one place.
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